Employment Opportunities

Yes, we’re hiring. Always. Our largest need is for property inspectors, but we’re always looking to meet talented, high-quality people.

Are you:

  • Detail oriented
  • Love a good mystery (because every property has clues that we’re always looking for)
  • Hard working
  • A person who enjoys what they do no matter how challenging the situation

If so, we want to hear from you to see if we might be a good fit for your next life chapter.

Here at Arch Inspections, we are a property inspection company that delivers an unparalleled level of service, and the best inspections that money can buy through high-quality inspection reports delivered in a timely manner. We have nothing to hide and are 100% transparent in everything we say and write as we inspect a property. Since , 2014 Arch Inspections has worked hard to improve the property inspection industry.

Here is what you can expect by joining the Arch Inspections team.

Arch Inspections Benefits

Benefits for home inspectors include:

  • Set your own schedule
  • Unlimited vacations/time off
  • 401k
  • Health insurance
  • Disability insurance
  • E&O + general liability insurance
  • Some of the highest inspection commission splits in the country – up to 60%.

We have fun

We enjoy working with each other and have fun together. Being an inspector is typically a lone-wolf type of job, so we try to make up for that with regular team events, training, and family parties.

Here are our general requirements for Arch Inspection team members.

Property inspectors at Arch Inspections must be comfortable walking roofs with a 6/12 pitch, be able to carry a 28′ extension ladder, be comfortable climbing around in attics, into and out of window wells, under sinks, and through tight crawlspaces.

The ideal job candidate will be an experienced property inspector with excellent communication and writing skills who is willing to learn new ways of doing things. A less attractive candidate would be someone with no property inspection experience, but someone who has experience in one or more trades, has attended a property inspection school and has excellent communication and writing skills. A less attractive candidate would be someone who has only attended a property inspection school and has excellent communication and writing skills. An even less attractive candidate would be someone with no trade experience and no formal training, but still has excellent communication and writing skills. Take away the communication and writing skills and they wouldn’t be a candidate.

Current Open Positions

Job Description: Home Inspector

A home inspection is a vital process in any real estate transaction. A home inspector needs to have proper education and training to cover the broad spectrum of building standards throughout the various years that a home or other structure may have been built. A home inspection is NOT a code violation inspection; however, the Inspector should have specific building standards knowledge and understands building science (reason and methods for building standards) – TRAINING IS AVAILABLE.

The day-to-day duties performed by a Home Inspector include:

Perform multiple home inspections per day using a computer program and smartphone to record observations to report back to the Real Estate Agent and/or the Client (usually the person purchasing the home).
Ability to identify “defects” within a home or structure, photograph such defects, document the findings and communicate the findings to the client in a non-alarming manner.

Physical Requirements:

  • A home inspector should be in good physical shape and condition as they will often be performing the following physical tasks:
  • Carrying, setting up and climbing a 28-foot ladder
  • Accessing and walking on various roof materials, sometimes traversing areas/roof surfaces that are 20 to 30 feet from the ground.
  • Accessing and traversing attic spaces (tight spaces and high temperatures are common), good balance and equilibrium are needed.
  • Accessing and traversing under structure crawl spaces (tight spaces, often contain pests, remnants of pests, insects, spider webs, moisture, electrical and other components of the foundation of a structure).
  • Ability to work in high temperature environments (summer) and low temperature and wet environments (winter), outside work is required no matter what type of weather on the day of the inspection.
  • Stress management: while the inspection tasks and managing attending members of an inspection can be stressful, it is the day-to-day driving in traffic that tends to be the #1 stressor of New Jersey Home Inspectors. You should be prepared to navigate to and from inspections daily, often getting stuck in traffic for long period of time.

Salary and Benefits:

  • Competitive Base annual salary based on experience level
  • 5% to 10% Open-ended revenue-based bonus structure that allows you to control part of your income based on how many inspections you want to complete (a minimum of 10 completed inspection per week is required)
  • Tools and equipment provided, specialty tool training is provided
  • Certification fees, on-going education and annual training provided
  • $200 per month contribution to medical insurance or accidental insurance policy plans
  • 2-week paid vacation per year (based on base salary only)
  • Accrued sick days per year

Ready to join the team? Send us a message.

If you’re serious about in joining our team, please start by reviewing The Arch Inspections training process  to learn what new team members could expect.

Finally, send us your resume to [email protected],  and if we think we are a match we will give you a shout.